Page Middle and High Schools Define Excellence

Families in Williamson County can confidently send their children to Page Middle School and Page High School knowing they will receive excellent schooling in a creative and rewarding setting that will set them up for future success.

The vast majority of Page High School graduates go on to further their educations. The class of 2013 went on to 46 different universities and colleges, with 80 percent enrolling in a four-year program, 9 percent in a two-year college and 4 percent in a technical school, while the remainder decide to join the military or enter the workforce.

With more than 900 students in grades six through eight, Page Middle School is a culturally diverse establishment that has seen extensive growth over the last few years. Page Middle offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, such as drama, band, student leadership team and athletics, including soccer, baseball, track and cheerleading.

Page High, a National Blue Ribbon High School, the highest-ranking for a public school, has received many awards over the past few years for academic achievement. It has been named one of America’s Best High Schools by Newsweek, has received the 2012–2014 National High Schools That Work Platinum Academic Achievement Award, and has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 500 high schools, among other distinctions.

Its principal, Dr. Andrea Anthony, was named the 2013 Tennessee Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

Page High School features newly remodeled athletic facilities and cafeteria, as well as nine science labs, four computer labs, state-of-the-art media center and a new theater/auditorium.

With a student-to-teacher ratio of 22 to 1, Page High ensures that its students get the attention they need to excel. As a result, over the past two years it has been in the top 5 percent highest-performing and fastest-progressing schools in the state. Students can also choose to participate in clubs like Model UN and National Honor Society or the Career Technical Education Program (CTE). This program encourages students to think beyond basic curriculum and start to develop a future career. CTE offers subjects such as Fashion Design, Marketing Communications and Entrepreneurship, Animal and Veterinary Science, and Health Science, to name a few. Students can also choose to take Advanced Placement classes or JROTC.

“Page High School is one of our most important assets as we develop The Grove,” said Mark Enderle, developer of The Grove, a nearby residential community. The opportunity for our families’ children to enjoy this kind of attention and training is truly outstanding.”